Ladies and gentlemen, I'm back with another story, but same issue if you will. Last year I posted a story about my son (Kyren) who pretty much let me know there was a ghost in my apartment. Well, I believe this ghost has followed us. To recap on the first encounter, my son saw a ghost in our kitchen he called Johnny.
After fleeing my house and investigating it, I found out it was the deceased husband of the previous tenant (Fran) who had lived there for 12 years. Two weeks after that, Fran moved two apartments away.
Well, about two nights ago me and my son were watching television when he told me that he had to go potty, so I tell him he's a big boy now and he doesn't need my help to go, so he gets up and goes to do "number one" as we call it. About 5 minutes later, after getting caught up on my Facebook as most people are nowadays, I realize he's taking a bit longer to go potty. I get up to go check in fear of my shaving cream being used as silly string again, and as I get to the hallway to the bathroom hear him talking.
Now, my son will be 4 September 3, 2012, so he's communicating quite well, and I hear him clearly having a conversation. I sit in the hall, curious to what his little mind has to say, but I notice something weird about him talking. Most kids his age are bound to randomly blab to themselves, such as playing with toys or using imagination while doing something but this struck me odd when I hear him pausing after him talking and replying. I get a little closer and hear him say, "You're goofy. I like that joke." As I pop in the bathroom and say, "Hey, Buddy, what's so funny?" He replies, "Johnny's joke." He looks to the tub and says, "Oh no, Daddy, you scared Johnny away."
I sat in cold shock. I figured the ghost we saw last year was just attached to that apartment due to him passing there and him wanting to be close to his wife. I asked Kyren if it was the same Johnny from the other apartment and he said yes. Then I begin to ask him more questions. I asked him, does he see him all the time? And he said no, only when he's scared. I asked him what made him scared and he replied, "I had to go pee pee in here by myself". I told him that I would now tag along with him for every bathroom visit. I asked him if Johnny hurt him or if he's scared of Johnny and he told me no, that Johnny makes him laugh.
So Johnny is how you perceive it. Something my kid imagines so he can get through hard times or a guardian angel. All I know is it kind of creeps me out. Thank you for reading.